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woodcut

[′wu̇d‚kət]
(graphic arts)
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Two of these are shown in the woodcut united together.
The handbill had the usual rude woodcut of a turbaned Negro woman running, with the customary bundle on a stick over her shoulder, and the heading in bold type, "$100 REWARD." Tom read the bill aloud-- at least the part that described Roxana and named the master and his St.
He caught my eye on that spiritedly composed woodcut.(There were no inane snapshot-reproductions in those days.) It was the obvious romance for the use of royalists but it arrested my attention.
'If you had been, we might have had a large woodcut of the last scene for the posters, showing the whole depth of the stage, with the pump and tubs in the middle; but, however, if you're not, it can't be helped.'
As exemplified in the prints reproduced here, Blatter's Herbarium also remains a valuable source for botanical art--a site for the preservation of irreplaceable heritage including original woodcuts, engravings and hand-coloured lithographs.
It is at once whimsical, darkly comedic, and comes fully illustrated with woodcuts.
Chiaroscuro woodcuts are among the most immediately appealing of all historic prints, displaying exquisite invention, refined draftsmanship, technical virtuosity, and sumptuous color.
I had made woodcuts when I was young, even before I went to art school in Leipzig.
The fragments also feature a total of four woodcuts, which illustrate scenes from the accompanying text.
Walker encapsulates the famous statesman's life in a series of stark woodcuts compiled in the graphic novel Trudeau: La Vie en Rose.
Originally published in 1910 and embellished with the graphically sophisticated and totally appropriate woodcuts of Raoul Dufy, we find the poet at his most accessible.
The next article is a tribute to the artist Fritz Kredel written by his granddaughter Mathilde Kredel Brown Swanson, and we were delighted to reproduce a sampling of the broad range of woodcuts and line drawings for which the artist is justifiably famous.